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2 Scholarly names and what they mean, for scholarly for baby boys, listing 1-2. Bartlet and Catullus are rare names.

Bartlet .. The liberal, scholarly President on the TV series "The West Wing" is called Josiah Bartlett, a name with old-money New England connotations.
[Bartlett, Bartlitt]

Catullus .. A name that can convey scholarly tendencies.

Popularity of Scholarly baby names

Featured categories: deep, intellectual, learned, profound, trained.

Anscom .. "Combe" is an Old English term for a deep, narrow valley.
[Anscomb, Anscombe, Anscoombe]

Fulbright .. The name has become famous through the Fulbright Scholar program, which sends (very bright) American graduate students to study abroad.
[Fulbert, Philbert, Philibert, Phillbert]

Apollo .. In modern philosophy, Apollo has come to symbolize the classical and intellectual aspects of thought ..
[Apollon, Apollos, Apolo]

Bruce .. The tale of its most famous member, Robert "the Bruce", King of Scotland in the 14th century, who watched and learned the value of perseverance from a spider repeatedly climbing up again after being knocked down, has become a part of the world's folklore ..
[Brucey, Brucie]

Chanoch .. "Experienced, profound." ..
[Channoch, Chanok, Hanoch, Hannoch, Hanok]

Bernard .. Three famous medieval saints bore the name: a founder of a monastic order, the patron saint of mountain climbers, and a scholastic philosopher ..
[Barnard, Barnardo, Barney, Barnhard, Barnhardo, .. 18 more]

Parmenio .. "Intelligent, studious."
[Parmenios, Parmenius]

Curragh .. Also a place name: a plain in Kildare, Ireland, where the army trained ..


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